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I’m excited to be working on a new and admittedly somewhat ambitious project: a series of short documentaries examining some jobs in Madagascar’s informal sector. I plan to describe the work itself, but also spend some time thinking about why … Continue reading
All living things love their life, desire pleasure and do not like pain; they dislike any injury to themselves; everybody is desirous of life and to every being, his life is very dear.” – from the Yogashastra (Jain Scripture), from around … Continue reading
I’ve been talking a lot about photography and vintage cameras on this blog, but originally this was all about video editing and production. This is the first “real” video I’ve done in some time – a short documentary film as … Continue reading
I wish I could say I had made this documentary on child labor in Afghanistan. This is a story that needs to be told; the circumstances in Afghanistan have led many, many children to lose any real childhood whatsoever. The … Continue reading
If you have access to BBC One (or live in the UK, where you can stream it from their website), you’ll want to check out the six-part series on Africa that began airing Wednesdays starting January 2nd. The first episode, … Continue reading
Meet 17 year-old Claressa “T-Rex” Shields, the youngest woman – and one of the first – to ever box in the Olympics. Filmmakers Zakary Canepari, Drea Cooper, Sue Jaye Johnson and Bianca Darville have been collaborating to document Shields’s journey to … Continue reading
Via Kickstarter.com, which could be a blog post in and of itself, I had the opportunity to take part in a film project. An old friend of mind from college who decided to pursue a (successful) career in film (unlike … Continue reading